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@Kindle ⚫ Make Peace before the Sun Goes Down · A Fascinating Account Of Thomas Merton S Conflicted Relationship With His Abbot, Dom James Fox By An Esteemed Modern Merton Scholar In The S And S, Thomas Merton, A Monk Of The Trappist Monastery Of Gethsemani In Kentucky, Published A String Of Books That Are Among The Most Influential Spiritual Books Of The Twentieth Century Including The Mega Best Seller The Seven Storey Mountain He Was Something Of A Rock Star For A Cloistered Monk, And From His Monastic Cell He Enjoyed A Wide And Lively Correspondence With People From The Worlds Of Religion, Literature, And Politics During That Period He Also Explored And Wrote Extensively On Buddhism, Sufism, Art, And Social Action The Man To Whom He Owed Obedience In The Cloistered Life Was A Much Traditional Catholic, His Abbot, Dom James Fox To Say That These Two Men Had A Conflicted Relationship Would Be An Understatement, But The Tension Their Differences In Orientation Brought Actually Led To Creative Results On Both Sides And To A Kind Of Hard Won Respect And Love Roger Lipsey S Portrait Of This Unusual Relationship Is Compelling And Moving It Shows Merton In The Years His Imagination Was Taking Him Far Beyond The Walls Of The Monastery, And Eventually, Literally To Asia It helps if you know and admire Merton I do Fascinating guy. I was introduced to Thomas Merton while majoring in Sociology in the 1970 s I suppose being somewhat familiar with him is helpful, but not entirely necessary I received the book as a Goodreads giveaway and, while this review is a very personal one, I recommend the book The conflicts with his Abbot, James Fox brought out insight and creativity I would not want to have been him but I certainly appreciated and grew from reading about him. Lipsey is a wonderful writer, and he is backed with solid research to make this a very captivating read The last few chapters are particularly magnificent.